95 Main Street,
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The Colonial Theatre (Official)
Previously operated by: Latchis
Styles: Colonial Revival
News About This Theater
- Sep 15, 2014 — More than just movies at the Colonial
- Feb 18, 2012 — Old movie theaters find new life
- Oct 2, 2011 — The Colonial Theatre presents its sixth Spooktacular
- Jun 21, 2010 — 35mm "Son of Godzilla" Screening at the Fourth Colonial Theatre SPOOKTACULAR - 7/31/10
- Mar 9, 2009 — 35mm Screening of "King Kong vs. Godzilla" at the Colonial Theatre Spooktacular
- Sep 12, 2008 — Dr. Phibes rises once again at the Colonial Theatre Spooktacular
The Colonial Theatre is the last of the area’s historic theaters. Opened in 1924, the Colonial was a stop on the vaudeville circuit for over twenty years. In 1945, the theater switched to a film-only schedule and continued showing films for the next forty years under the control of the Latchis Theatres chain.
In 1984, the building was purchased for $100,000 from the Latchis family. The new owners intended to just show films, but later decided to include concerts and stage shows. They installed a new orchestra section, which reduced seating capacity to 886 seats. In 1994, long-needed renovation efforts were begun.
Today, the Colonial is still open and raising money to continue these renovations, and the future looks bright.
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